I've been told that I resemble flakes of dried cactus. I enjoy simmering in sacks of protein-enriched jelly and find bricks to be very troubling.
The Valve corporation is full of evil geniuses. In case you've been hiding under a rock in a fallout vault deep underground inside the digestive tract of a giant space worm burrowed deep in the core of a super-planet bigger than the sun, you've probably seen that Steam has just ended a week long spree of ridiculously cheap games.
Needless to say, I coughed up a fair few doll-hairs on games that, because of various social commitments, I have no time to play.
But alas, many of these titles are not brand new games, so in most cases their modding community is already flourishing and now the doors have been opened to some truly awesome mods that previously I could never play!
Having recently played Trine, which I bought for 30 bucks (Australian) as part of the Humble FrozenByte Bundle, I was blown away by the amount of polish! It was intense! I've recently pre-ordered Overgrowth, which I highly recommend, and have been following the unofficial weekly alpha releases since a130 (which as of today, is up to a138).
Indie is awesome. Mods are awesome. Mods and Indie are refloptacally raptorlicious - and you can take that to the bank and smoke it.